Playwright Jim Fitzmorris is a man in love with two mistresses. “Be a New Orleanian,” now having its premiere production at the Theatre at St. Claude, expresses an enamored joy for both his city and for language itself.
“Be a New Orleanian,” subtitled “A Swearing-In Ceremony,” is Fitzmorris’ new one-man show that is part rant in the tradition of earlier pieces such as “Urban Education Smackdown,” his dissection of the public school system in post-Katrina New Orleans. However, while “Be a New Orleanian” has a bite to its humor, it is not so much piercing as it is passionate. Read More at NOLA.com